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WETA
Jan 10, 2010 9:30am EST
raised? sotimes, that childn you are raising today m growp to be president of the united states. let's no forgethat our president's moer was on weare at one point in time. ever child deserves the minim stdards in order to have food, shelter and clothing. they don't ask to berought here. >> bonni right, they don' but why isn't the gernment behavior, when what was it, buck -- >> buck vs. bell. >> bone: when that law came down. >> whicis still good law by the way. >> bonnie: he state overturned that law -- >> in 1972. >> bonnie: ectly. e point that we're tking about is one ofhe most honor jurists, liverendell hmes, ruled that she wasupposedly the trd -- her child would have been t third generation of imbecils in her generatio anthey alloweder to be steriliz. carrie buck was raped and alwed to conceive. there iso medic chiprogram which currently, i looked it up on the internethisorning, which takes up 31% ofhe federal budt. i think it's timeor -- andhy not, the typical progressive reaction is, ty're chiren, they're here. why aren't weromoting behior at tells the mothe wait a minute, if have t
WHUT
Jan 9, 2010 10:30am EST
the united states. let's not forget that our president's mother was on welfare at one point in time. every child deserves the minimum standards in order to have food, shelter and clothing. they don't ask to be brought here. >> bonnie: right, they don't but why isn't the government behavior, when what was it, buck v -- >> buck vs. bell. >> bonnie: when that law came down. >> which is still good law b the way. >> bonnie: the state overturned that law -- >> in 1972. >> bonnie: exactly. the point that we're talking about is one of the most honored jurists, oliver wendell holmes, ruled that she was supposedly the third -- her child would have been the third generation of imbecils in her generation, and they allowed her to be sterilized. carrie buck was raped and allowed to conceive. there is no medical chip program which currently, i looked it up on the internet this morning, which takes up 31% of the federal budget. i think it's time for -- and why not, the typical progressive reaction is, they're children, they're here. why aren't we promoting behavior that tells the mother, wait a min
WHUT
Jan 16, 2010 10:30am EST
state in the 191-member nations of the united nations. >> i'm sort of dumbfounded at that. >> well, you're always mbfounded at what i say. becaus >> think about what you've just said. this is the kind of logic that used to be used, we couldn't send a woman there because she wouldn't be accepted, we couldn't send a woman to saudi arabia. just turn this on its head and think about saying we have to appoint a man because that's the way to curry favor. >> i'm not saying this is right. i'm saying it does move countr countries -- >> bush appointed an arab former senator as head of the department of energy. you know, the oil -- a lot of the oil is controlled by opec and the arab countries, so i think it's done all over government. >> i am uncomfortable at that kind of thinking. i don't think you pick people because of their gender or because of their ethnicity or because of their race. and i do find us -- i wouldn't like to think that, in fact, people think they can curry favor with us because they send somebody who looks like us or who is -- >> we don't have to like it. i'm just saying t
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